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Diversity On Screen and Off

Fist Up festival will screen films on campus for Diversity Awareness Week   What started as a passion project for an independent filmmaker to promote diverse films lacking in funds, the 5th annual Fist Up festival has now been brought ...

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2014 Fresno Film Festival

What started as a community group’s efforts to bring independent films to Fresno in response to a lack of diversity on screen has now blossomed into the Fresno Film Festival. This weekend marked the 10th year of the festival, organized ...

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Superhero Spoiler Alert

Here’s an in-depth preview at 2014’s upcoming superhero films  Captain America: The Winter Soldier Ever since the year 2000, superheroes have dominated the big screen. Director Bryan Singer led the way with X-Men, which was soon followed by Director Sam ...

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Spring Time Screen Time

“The Monument’s Men” – Feb. 7 Written, directed, and starring George Clooney, “The Monument’s Men” is based on a true story about a group of soldiers and civilians on a mission to protect and rescue famous art pieces from Nazi ...

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Oscar recap: ‘Argo’ wins big

The Academy may have robbed him of a Best Director nomination—and likely win—but Ben Affleck had the last laugh on Sunday night when “Argo” took home Best Picture.

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Weekend of Movies

Avid moviegoers should expect equal parts thought-provoking films geared toward intelligent audiences and those films that pack in high school students just waiting to be entertained.

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Fun films to watch on Halloween

This Halloween, there are plenty of scary, bloody movies coming out to celebrate the scariest season of the year. However, none of those movies are in this lineup. Here is a rundown of some fun movies to watch with friends, none of which involve evil corpses, ax murderers or buckets of blood.

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Horses, Heigl and Horror all in one weekend

New movies scheduled to come out today Racehorses, babies and small-town killers come to the big screen today as five new movies kick off the weekend. Another thriller film, “My Soul to Take,” opens tonight in addition to the three ...

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Good week to go to movies

Starting Sept. 15, 10 movies are scheduled for release nationwide. Among them are highly anticipated films, such as “Catfish,” “Easy A,” and “Alpha and Omega.”

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Eye-opening films for open minds

German-Turkish relations may not be most students’ idea of entertainment, but professor Mary Husain hopes to open eyes this Friday with “The Edge of Heaven.”

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What’s going on in Hollywood?

The critically panned thriller “Bangkok Dangerous,” starring Nicholas Cage, needed just $7.8 million to win top spot at the box office last weekend, the slowest movie weekend in five years, according to studio estimates. The total weekend box-office gross was expected to reach $66 million, slightly less than the $66.7 million for the same weekend in September 2003.

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